
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES 

September 28, 2016  

Thursday October 31, 2013  
8:45 9:00  Opening Remarks 
9:00  9:30  Didier Sornette Financial Bubbles with FiniteSingularity Models and their Calibration 
9:45  10:15  Eric Tymoigne Modeling Financial Fragility: A Minskian Approach (slides) 
10:30  11:00  Coffee Break 
11:00 11:30  Alex Coram Struggles over distribution with produced goods: a nonatomic game 
11:45  12:15  Corrado Di Guilmi Macroeconomic Instability and Microeconomic Financial Fragility: a Stockflow Consistent Approach with Heterogeneous Agents (slides) 
12:30  2:00  Lunch 
2:002:30  Oliver Linton Talk
Cancelled Evaluating the Effects of Market Fragmentation on Market Quality using Panel Data 
2:453:15  Michael Dempster The True Cost of OTC Derivatives (slides) 
3:30  4:00  Coffee Break 
4:00  6:00 
Panel: New Mathematical Techniques for Systemic Risk and Financial Fragility Rene Carmona 
Friday November 1, 2013  
9:00  9:30  Perry Mehrling Beyond Monetary Walrasianism: Five Key Features of Modern Monetary Systems 
9:45  10:15  Paul Jenkins Reflections of a PolicyMaker on the Design and Use of Macroeconomic Models 
10:30  11:00  Coffee Break 
11:00 11:30  Mario Seccareccia Banking Sector Viability and the Public Purse: Is There a Link between Public Sector Balances and Banking Sector Economic Performance? (slides) 
11:45  12:15 
Peter Skott 
12:30  2:00  Lunch 
2:002:30  Youngna Choi Financial Instability Contagion: quantitative definition and mechanism (slides) 
2:453:15  Marc Lavoie Convergence Towards the Normal Rate of Capacity Utilization in Kaleckian Models: the Role of Autonomous Noncapacity Creating Autonomous Expenditures (slides) 
3:30  4:00  Coffee Break 
4:00  6:00  Panel: An Alternative Framework for Modeling
Money Randall Wray The Nature of Money: A system of Credits and Debits (slides) Stephanie Kelton Fiscal Space and Financial Instability: A Differential Analysis (slides) 
Saturday November 2, 2013  
9:00  9:30  Pia Malaney From Neoclassical Mechanics to Economic Field Theory 
9:45  10:15  Eric Weinstein Towards a Mathematics of New Economic Thinking for Reflexive Markets: A Natural Economic Connection on Preference Bundles over the TasteTime Continuum 
10:30  11:00  Coffee Break 
11:00 11:30  Leigh Tesfatsion Situated Mathematics: AgentBased Test Beds for Mathematics in Practice (slides) 
11:45  12:15  Blake LeBaron Key Components in Agentbased Financial Markets 
12:30  2:00  Lunch 
2:002:30 
Andrew Lo 
2:453:15  Lane Hughston Social Discounting and the Long Rate of Interest 
3:30  4:00  Coffee Break 
4:00  6:00  Panel: Revisting the Foundations Hans Follmer The CoinTossing View of Finance: Successes, Pitfalls, and Exercises in Mathematical Humility Alan Kirman The Crisis in Economic Theory: Have we Made a Journey Down the Wrong Road Dilip Madan Twoprice Economies 